More than likely your hotel will have a choice of guided excursions in and around Savusavu. If not, Trip n Tour, in the Copra Shed (tel. 885 3154; email@example.com), has a series of tours and excursions. One goes in search of the red prawns that grow in lakes on southeastern Vanua Levu (F$55/US$36/£18 per person). Another takes you to a copra and beef plantation, where you can see the modern-day version of the old South Seas coconut plantation. It costs F$35 (US$23/£12) per person. A full-day trip goes to Waisali Rainforest Reserve, a 116-hectare (290-acre) national forest up in the central mountains; the outing, which includes a hike to a waterfall, costs F$125 (US$81/£42). The park has well-maintained gravel pathways. Reservations for the tour are essential.
Rock 'n Downunder Divers, on the main street (tel. 885 3054; firstname.lastname@example.org), has half-day Fijian village visits for F$60 (US$39/£20). It also offers half- and full-day boat tours around Savusavu Bay for F$70 (US$45/£23) and F$120 (US$78/£40), respectively, and full-day cruises up a river on the bay's north shore for F$80 (US$52/£27).
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.